Graven Hill is the UK’s largest self and custom build residential development, and will create up to 1,900 new homes. Set across a beautiful 188-hectare site near Bicester in Oxfordshire, it offers residential purchasers the rare opportunity to purchase a fully serviced plot on which to design and build their own home. Alternatively, homebuyers can choose to customise a ready-built new home from a menu of internal layouts and finishes.
Graven Hill Village is to also provide significant amenities including a pre-school nursery, a primary school (2.5 classes per year), recreational areas, sports pavilion, a pub/restaurant facility, a community centre, allotments, a number of offices and retail units with separate employment space. View the 360° tour of the site.
All of the commercial units follow a common build system with a 350mm deep reinforced concrete with timer frames. Front, street facing infill construction are to be installed by the ingoing tenants, in accordance with the specification provided. Rear, courtyard facing external walls with access doors are constructed by the developer. Shopfront fasciae’s and signage to be installed by the tenants, to comply with the design guidelines and constraints set out by the developer. Suspended ceilings, lighting, heating and ventilation to be installed by the ingoing tenant in accordance with the M&E design requirements. Each unit will be fitted with eternal lighting, cold water supply, plumbing and drainage and metered electrical connections.
All servicing of the units is from the road frontage. Waste is to be stored within the units until the designated collection day. Landscaping maintenance is maintained by the management company. Full specification and tenant packs are available. Please note that hot food takeaways and pharmacies are not permitted.
Unit 1 – 1,915 sq ft
Unit 2a – 1,446 sq ft
Unit 2 – 851 sq ft
Unit 3 – 1,562 sq ft
Unit 3a - 1,313 sq ft
Bicester is a historic market town in North Oxfordshire close to J9 of M40, which runs south to Oxford and London. Bicester is subject to rapid planned expansion with both residential and commercial growth and infrastructure investment with a further 10,000 houses to be built by 2031. The population of Bicester stands at just over 30,000 with a catchment of c. 573,000.
Bicester is well known for its world famous Bicester Village designer shopping outlet which attracts over 6 million visitors a year, its main shopping street is the same length as London’s Oxford street. The centre is open 7 days a week and has more than 160 luxury designer boutiques and food outlets. A short distance away is Bicester’s historic market town centre with many independent shops and businesses.